Schools in Rowley
View the schools in Rowley available to students and families currently living in Rowley. For further information regarding enrollment and admissions, click on the image link for each respective school to be directed to their site.
Pine Grove Elementary
Pine Grove is the elementary school for Triton located on Main St in downtown Rowley. PGS was recently renovated with a $40 million renovation project in 2019. With the renovation came new technology and safety features for the teachers and students.
Triton Regional Middle/High
Triton is the public school option serving the three towns: Rowley, Newbury, and Salisbury. Triton’s district office is located at 112 Elm St, Byfield – the Middle and High School campus. The district has one elementary school in each of the three towns and a total K-12 student population of ~2,835
The Clark School is located in Rowley off of Route 1 – Clark school offers a coed private K-12 education for all types of students. The Clark School was founded in 1978 and serves families primarily on the North Shore and Merrimack Valley with some from the Boston suburbs and New Hampshire.
Whittier Tech is vocational school with 1,250 students offering 22 different vocational-technical fields. Students graduate with both a high school diploma and industry certificates. Whittier is located at 115 Amesbury Line Rd in Haverhill.
Essex North Shore Agricultural and Technical School is located in Danvers at 565 Maple St and has 25 technical and agricultural program offerings. Essex Agricultural is a great choice for the agricultural vocations not offered by Whittier.
St. John's Prep
St. John’s Prep is located in Danvers at 72 Spring St. SJP is an all boys catholic middle and high school founded by the Xaverian Brothers in 1907. St. John’s has ~1,200 students in high school and approximately 300 in middle. The campus is made up of 10 buildings on over 175 acres.
The Governor’s Academy (Govs) is an independent boarding school in Byfield located: 1 Elm St. on its 456-acre campus. Founded in 1763, Govs is the oldest boarding school in New England, it has 406 students with 14% identifying as international students.
Bishop Fenwick is a co-ed Catholic high school founded in 1959 located in Peabody at 99 Margin St. Fenwick is comprised of ~500 students from roughly 50 communities in the Greater Boston area.